It’s good product.
This ball is good. Haven't used it much but till now did not find any problems with it.
This is the second ball from decathlon.
Do not buy a Nike football.
You will get triple the quality for half the price with this football
It does not sting to kick, and even if it is pumped up to hard, it still responds well.
It is one of the most accurate to use and also can pick up a lot more power than most balls.
Despite this you probably won't break any wrists if you are in goal, because it will likely bounce of your hand comfortably.
It is clearly visible in most situations
I have never had a puncture with any Decathlon balls, but have had many with Nike balls.
I haven't noticed it going down at all even with intensive daily use, and the paneling doesn't peel off or lose its color even after being exposed to the elements for a long time.
Very good place
Ball shape has started Changing... At some places it'sbecome too bulgy .. it's just looking ugly
All this within 15 days of purchase
Value for money
Since last few weeks, I have been using this ball and is quite happy.The outer material is soft and tough enough to be played on hard ground.Highly recommended for people who plays on hard grounds asa well as grass surface.
The size and finish are good, but we noticed when playing with it that it was heavier than normal, so that my sons were a little more reluctant to go in goal.
We then managed to puncture it on our first day on holiday when it got kicked against a wire joining a chain link fence together. Having cut it open to try a puncture repair kit (which did work) we found the skin is made from moulded foam with very little strength in the outer layer. Other (lighter) balls we've owned have had quite tough outer skins which haven't worn out despite much kicking over hard surfaces, so we won't be buying another Kipsta ball.
Thanks for your review. I've passed your feedback onto Kipsta and I've since learnt a bit more about our footballs. The outer shell of the ball is a PU (polyurethane), which is really resistant against all normal surfaces. Under that, there is some foam to improve the comfort when the ball is kicked. Some models are made with PVC but on this model it isn't used so that the resistance and comfort are better, and the carbon footprint is lower.
Do you have any pictures of the ball for me to pass on to Kipsta? Just in case this is a faulty ball.
Store Leader Warrington
Football Leader UK